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Turn off the Mac. Turn it back on and immediately hold down the Option/Alt key on your keyboard until it brings a screen with the OS options. Choose Macintosh HD or Mac HD and press return. This will boot into the Mac side.
You can do the same to boot into the Windows side by selecting the Bootcamp or Windows disk.
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Did you erase the entire disk and installed Windows over it? How did you install Windows on it?
You shouldn't have done that. You erased the entire macOS, that is why it is not booting to the macOS because there is no macOS
You will have to boot into macOS Utilities screen, erase the entire drive again to Mac format using Disk Utility and reinstall the macOS. Then install Windows 7 using Bootcamp
No need. Restart and immediately hold down the Command, Option and R keys for 20 seconds and this will boot into the internet recovery. Then erase the disk with Disk Utility, close Disk Utility and click Reinstall macOS.
If this is an early model of Macbook, then it doesn't support Internet recovery. So if that didn't work, let me know
Option is the alt key
Then the only option is, make an El Capitan USB recovery drive, boot into that drive and do a fresh install. Do you have another macOS with 10.11 and later?
What version of macOS do you have on it?
What version of macOS were you using on this Mac?
Do you have a copy of High Sierra or below version installation files?
Is that a bootable pen drive?
Isn't your Mac booting to this pen drive?
Can you reinstall using it?
So you can take out the drive and put it on this machine and reinstall High Sierra.
To make sure, are you able to boot into the High Sierra pen drive on your Macbook?
Then erase the drive using Disk Utility and reinstall it
Why are you trying to remove the hard drive?
Did you boot into the pen drive yet? If so, what happens when you format the hard drive using the Disk utility app?
No. This is what you want to do. Connect the pen drive to your Mac. Restart the Mac and immediately hold down the Option/alt key until it bring the Startup manager. Choose the pen drive and press return. Does it boot into the macOS Utilities (High Sierra) screen?
Are you able to boot into this pen drive on your other Mac?
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An error on Mac saying “Blocked Plug-in” typically means that the system has prevented a specific plug-in from running. Most reports regarding this issue are associated with Adobe software, including Flash Player and Acrobat Reader. ... In the case of Flash, things are fairly clear.
For Better understanding here's the link: https://macsecurity.net/view/330-blocked-plug-in-mac#:~:text=An%20error%20on%20Mac%20saying,Flash%20Player%20and%20Acrobat%20Reader.&text=In%20the%20case%20of%20Flash%2C%20things%20are%20fairly%20clear.
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